Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 23 Episode 4

Up & Down (4)

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Aired Unknown Nov 26, 1992 on PBS

Episode Recap

Rogers expresses how the final notes of Won't You Be My Neighbor?, go down, with one up bit. He shows a large piece of sheet music, explaining that your hand goes up or down with the sheet music while playing. Then he shows a picture of clarinetist Richard Stoltzman. He is at Negri's Music Shop. Rogers takes his sheet music to Negri's. Joe Negri has a small display of several clarinets to show Rogers. Rogers goes to the back room, hoping to see Stoltzman, but the room is empty. Stoltzman left a note that he has gone to Rogers' television house. When Rogers returns, he hears Stoltzman play the clarinet on the porch. They go inside, Rogers carrying a box at Stoltzman's request. Inside the box is a Linzer torte Richard baked. Richard tells how he got started with the clarinet. He then plays the sheet music Rogers provides. In the NOM, Lady Aberlin has been busy measuring in her post as Director of Research. King Friday asks if she knows a good dancing school for birds. He thinks the birds are with Mayor Maggie and Chuck Aber. Lady Aberlin sets off to measure Daniel's Clock, with his permission. Old Goat is at the Museum-Go-Round. Lady Elaine Fairchilde wants him to be an elevator operator. Handyman Negri says he can't find Mimus polyglottos and Troglodytes aedon, and neither can the Westwooders. Lady Elaine tells Lady Aberlin her dilemma on the Museum-Go-Round moving up and down. Negri and Lady Aberlin continue searching for the wooden birds. Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, When the Day Turns Into Night, There Are Many Ways To Say "I Love You" (the cooking way), Good Feeling.
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